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Charities in VA:
Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation
Community Forklift
Goodwill Industries of Greater Washington
Goodwill Industries of South Central Virginia
Goodwill Industries of Tenneva Inc
Goodwill of Central and Coastal Virginia
Horizon Goodwill Industries
House of Mercy
NEMAC Foundation
Rappahannock Goodwill Industries
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How To Donate A Car In The State of  Virginia
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Donating a car in Virginia is easy, fast and free. When you donate your car, pick-up is done quickly, often within one business day. You can donate a car, boat or RV in the state of  Virginia regardless of its condition.

When you donate a car in the state of Virginia, your car donation will allow you to claim a tax deduction through the charity’s tax classification with the IRS. Donating a car directly to charity is the best way to ensure you can claim your vehicle as a tax deduction. Besides that, donating a car directly to charity is the only way to be sure that the proceeds of the sale of your car donation go directly to the charity.

When you are ready to donate your car, boat or RV in the state of Virginia, the quickest way to begin is to have the title.  If you do not have the title to your intended vehicle donation you can apply for a replacement title. You must apply for a replacement title prior to donating your vehicle. To obtain the necessary forms you can visit the website of the Virginia Motor Vehicle Department.

When you are ready to donate your car, boat or RV, in order to properly transfer title in  Virginia you must  sign on line 7 on the front of the title. If the vehicle was financed by the lien holder, you will need the lien holder to sign on line 1 in the lien release section. Consult the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles for further assistance.

In order to release liability of your donated vehicle you can contact the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles for assistance. You can also consult the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles website for information as well.

As an extra step in protecting your identity, the state of Virginia recommends you surrender your license plates. You can take them with your registration to your local Department of Motor Vehicles or you may mail them to: Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, P.O. Box 27412, Richmond, Virginia 23269.